Oracle has rolled out a slew of updates for its Enterprise Data Management platform part of their July 2019 rollout. We discuss some of the key updates below.
Financial Cloud General Ledger
Users will get to manage the descriptive flexfields (DFFs) for the Financial Cloud General Ledger. Applications and segments of Financial Cloud General Ledger will be able to register DFFs. This registration provides additional properties that allow the DFF data to be included within node types that are defined for Financial Cloud General Ledger related segment or application. These additional properties in the viewpoints manage the values of descriptive flexfield for Financial Cloud General Ledger. You can export and import DFF values with the associated segment values.
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MRCC and its CEO/President, Anil Shah, are pleased to announce exciting news regarding two significant achievements.
At the World HRD Congress, which took place in Taj Lands End, Mumbai in February 2015, Mr. Shah received the Innovative Leadership Award for his vision, as well as his proactive and interactive guidance and direction in eLearning solutions development in a global market. Continue reading “MRCC and its CEO receive global awards for eLearning and Innovation”
People in learning functions today are being asked to show the return on investment around learning initiatives. Although many companies talk about the importance of investing in employees through training programs, the people in training positions are being asked to prove that they deliver a real benefit to an organization and justify resources invested in the development of their eLearning. Executives desire reports that compare the amount of training an employee receives to key performance metrics. This task has been difficult since learning data and performance data often reside in different systems making this type of comparison challenging. Continue reading “Tin Can API Enables Training ROI”
LTI is a standard by the IMS Global Learning Consortium (www.imsglobal.org) that allows for the connectivity of a school system’s Learning Management System (LMS) and third-party learning applications and content. To allow for this connectivity, integration of LTI’s specifications is required across both LMS and third-party apps. Incorporating LTI allows for student single sign-on and teachers to assign, track, and relay grades to/from the LMS with ease.
How Does This Affect You? Continue reading “Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) Spec”